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Among the three notes left behind by Jacintha Saldanha, the nurse in Britain who apparently killed herself after falling for a prank call about the Duchess of Cambridge, one detailed her criticisms of staff at the hospital at which she worked.
Saldanha’s family was given typed copies of the notes, two of which were found at the scene and one among the nurse’s belongings, The Guardian reported.
Australian DJs Mel Greig and Michael Christian impersonated Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles, and tricked Saldanha, 46, into transferring the call to another nurse caring for the duchess, who revealed private details about her condition.
The duchess had been hospitalized for severe morning sickness.
One of the notes from Saldanha contained details about funeral arrangements and another addressed the prank call, several sources told The Guardian. The third note contained criticism of staff at London’s King Edward VII Hospital.
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